Iíve used the Reese weight distributing hitch (without the sway control), the expensive and complicated Pulliam Pull-Rite hitch, and the Equal-i-zer brand. Of the three, I like my Equal-i-zer the best.
Itís about the least expensive weight distributing hitch you can find. It doesnít use chains, so there are no issues with the brackets sliding back and forth along the trailer frame. Itís very simple to use, although setting it up properly can be time consuming. Thatís true of any weight distributing hitch that uses spring bars (all of them?). The instructions that explain the set up procedure are good, but it helps to have an experienced, knowledgeable helper/instructor.
The folks at Equal-i-zer are knowledgeable, helpful, and friendly.
It took me quite a while before I finally bought an Equal-i-zer, but Iím glad I finally did.
2012 New Horizons 36' Travel Trailer, Front Kitchen
2008 Dodge Ram, 6.7 liter Cummins Diesel, 4WD, Quad Cab